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I can add and change the icons/images for an application, but once an icon/image is set, I can't remove it completely.
Just in case anyone hits this before we fix it in 2.8.1, you can delete the 'Icons' key from the plist file using the advanced section to work around the lack of a way to remove icons using the simple editor.
It has not been fixed in 2.8.1
I've added a right-click context menus for most of the ImageChooser buttons with an "Unset image" menu item to unset plist icons.
I just need to add them for the launcher icons now...
ok, added menu for launcher icons now too.
Today I have checked this issue with following builds:
X.S 4.1.8(build 5)
And I have observed that If we click on Unset Image, It does not completely remove the added image from info.plist. When we add an image to info.plist and then we right click on that image and select unset image and then we try to add again same image, it display Image already exists. This is the screencast for the same: http://screencast.com/t/FRACbtpwlmpo
It should remove from Resources folder as well
Hence, reopening this issue
The behavior in the screencast isn't a bug because you selected a file outside of the project, hence why it asks if it should overwrite the appropriately named file that exists within the project.
When you unset the icon, I don't think it should remove the file from the project because it might still be used elsewhere.
Xcode has the same behavior when you unset the icon in their Info.plist editor.